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Infectious Disease: The Influence of Clinical Nutrition on Outcome

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Infectious Disease: The Influence of Clinical Nutrition on Outcome

Event date: 10/11/2018 8:00 AM - 10/13/2018 5:30 PM Export event

Kendal Stewart, MD
“Nutrigenomic Guided Precision Nutrition for Chronic Infection Recovery”
Shannon Smith, DC, CCN
“Lyme Disease and co-infections: Clinical nutrition approaches in acute, chronic, and PTLDS (Post 
Lyme Disease Treatment Syndrome)”
Carlos Viana, OMD, CCN
“Significant Hidden Infections: Identification and Treatment  Protocols”
Dr. Rob MacCuspie, Ph.D.and Dr. Robert Scott Bell, D.A.,  Hom
“The Science of Silver and Application of Bio-Active Silver Hydrosol™“ Susana Galle, PhD, MS 
CPpharm, CTN (ND), CCN, CCH  “Mental/Emotional Factors in Infections: How Metabolic Nutrition  
Helps”
Dr. Kim Elia
“The Use of Homeopathy in Infectious Disease”
Ann Summers, Ph.D.
“The Human Microbiome, AntiMicrobial Resistance, and Dental Amalgams”
Russell Jaffe, MD, CCN
“Restoring Immune Tolerance: Key to Managing Repair Deficit and Infection” Symposium   Recap.

Instructorhttps://www.iaacn.org/2018-symposium/
About the InstructorKendal Stewart, MD “Nutrigenomic Guided Precision Nutrition for Chronic Infection Recovery” Shannon Smith, DC, CCN “Lyme Disease and co-infections: Clinical nutrition approaches in acute, chronic, and PTLDS (Post Lyme Disease Treatment Syndrome)” Carlos Viana, OMD, CCN “Significant Hidden Infections: Identification and Treatment Protocols” Dr. Rob MacCuspie, Ph.D.and Dr. Robert Scott Bell, D.A., Hom “The Science of Silver and Application of Bio-Active Silver Hydrosol™“ Susana Galle, PhD, MS CPpharm, CTN (ND), CCN, CCH “Mental/Emotional Factors in Infections: How Metabolic Nutrition Helps” Dr. Kim Elia “The Use of Homeopathy in Infectious Disease” Ann Summers, Ph.D. “The Human Microbiome, AntiMicrobial Resistance, and Dental Amalgams” Russell Jaffe, MD, CCN “Restoring Immune Tolerance: Key to Managing Repair Deficit and Infection” Symposium Recap.
Subject BreakdownNutrigenomic Guided Precision Nutrition for Chronic Infection Recovery Kendal Stewart, MD 3 HOURS Thursday 10/11/18 8:15 AM – 9:45 AM (break) and resuming 10:45 AM – 12:15 PM Chronic disease states with co-morbid infectious disease has become a significant problem in our society. Recent advances in both nutrigenomics and infectious disease identification methods have allowed a deeper understanding of the specific cellular and nutritional deficiencies that lead to chronic infectious states. Of particular interest is use of new testing technology to elucidate which persons are genetically susceptible to various types of infectious disease. This lecture will cover syndromes that require nutrigenomics, the biochemistry related to nutrigenomic polymorphisms, nutritional treatment methods for chronic infection recovery and new laboratory methods for chronic infection identification. Educational Goals: • Review and educate attendees on immune nutrigenomics and the effect on health • Review and educate on Nutrigenomics related to inflammation, autophagy, methylation and symptom control • Provide nutritionally based protocols to effectively overcome immune deficiency and chronic infectious states Learning Objectives: • Nutrigenomic summary of immune based polymorphisms • Firm foundation of clinically important nutrigenomics that will impact their practice • Nutritional based protocols for better patient outcomes Lecture Outline: 1. Introduction 2. Review of the innate immune system 3. Innumerate advances in nutrigenomics in infectious disease 4. Review advances for infectious disease identification 5. Identifying nutritional deficiencies that lead to chronic infection 6. Introduction of new technology to identify genetic susceptibility to infectious disease 7. Explain nutrition treatment methods for polymorphisms and chronic infectious recovery 8. Q & A Lyme Disease and co-infections: Clinical nutrition approaches in acute, chronic, and PTLDS (Post Treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome) 3 HOURS Shannon Smith, DC, CCN Thursday 10/11/18 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM (break) and resuming 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM Lyme disease causes immune dysregulation, mitochondrial dysfunction, and subsequent HPA dysfunction. Dr. Smith will focus on the diverse clinical presentations of Lyme disease in clinical practice.The use of blood chemistry and advanced testing can aid in elucidating various aspects of the patient’s presenting illness, assessing chronic infection, immune dysregulation, and parasitic or biofilm involvement. The reasons why common blood tests for Lyme disease and coinfections often show false negative results and cause conflict amongst providers will be reviewed. Dr. Smith will cover the monitoring of patient progress with the use of immune tests as biomarkers. Recommendations in nutritional support for immune and autoimmune conditions will be enumerated, as well as appropriate utilization of antibiotic, anti-parasitic, and biofilm medications. Case studies shall be presented. Educational Goals: ● Helping the clinician achieve better patient outcomes in Lyme disease cases ● Differing nutritional support in Lyme and coinfections ● Unravel the misunderstanding with Lyme testing and utilize blood chemistry to assess the patient Learning Objectives: ● When to think of Lyme disease in patient presentations beyond classic presentations ● Nutritional support in differing Lyme cases. (Infection/ Immune dysregulation/ parasitic/ biofilm ) ● Acute, chronic, and failed treatment patients. Where to start and how escalate treatment when needed. Lecture Outline: 1. Introduction 2. Describe immune dysregulation caused by Lyme related Pathogens 3. Identify pathways in mitochondrial disfunction caused by Lyme related pathogens 4. Review HPA disfunction that subsequent to immune dysregulation in mitochondrial dysfunction 5. Elucidate advanced testing and
Total Credits18.00
FormatIn person - Live
Course Outline2018 IAACN CEU submission document.doc
Co-sponsor or PartnerN/A
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